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From the break of dawn on Miami’s shores to well after the sun sets across Pensacola’s beaches, the hardworking men and women of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) make Florida happen. From Collier County to Clay County, the home of America’s first settlement in St. Augustine to mile marker zero in Key West, our members can be found providing the vital services to make the lives of citizens across the Sunshine State better through a shared commitment to public service. As Florida’s fastest growing union, we are a proud part of a 1.6 million member union that advocates for fairness in the workplace, excellence in public services and opportunity for all working families.

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After almost three years of pushing to enforce her contract and get a paycheck that reflects the work she does, Joyce Harris is $8,805 closer to victory.

Tallulah Thomas a Behavioral Program Specialist with the Developmental Disabilities Defendant Program at Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee released the following statement on behalf of her un

AFSCME Florida released the following statement on today’s story by the As

Because of you, we’re one step closer to stopping a bill that will raise taxes on hardworking Americans to pay for massive tax cuts for the super wealthy and corporations.

Tell your representative NO:

  • To raising taxes on 87 million working families
  • To cuts to Medicare and 13 million people losing health insurance
  • To future cuts to Medicaid, Social Security and public education, and other public services

Tell them that everyone needs to pay their fair share.

This week, Congressional leaders unveiled a plan to cut taxes for corporations and the super wealthy on the backs of working families. This tax bill would actually raise taxes on some middle class families. While corporations will get huge new tax breaks and be rewarded for offshoring jobs, working people will no longer be able to deduct student loan interest payments, medical expenses, or state and local income taxes. Click here to sign the petition to Speaker Paul Ryan.

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Janus v. AFSCME | On The Record

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